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September 28, 2015

The month of September is always been a bit of an odd one for me. I have a lot of emotions and memories tied to this month and for the most part I have been just letting them play out as they will. Overall things have been in a constant state of flux around here. I often find myself so worn out that by the time I would normally be posting I want nothing more than to curl up under the air conditioning and forget about everything. Crafting has slowed considerably, which I find myself a bit bummed about, although not enough to be an impetus for production. I know that the heat of the final fading bits of summer have had a lot to do with it, the heat that is still holding on, causes a serious drain on the limited resources, combine this with a variety of emotional upheavals and you get a recipe for silence on the blog.

Rest assured that nothing too serious is going on and hopefully with the coming cooler weather a return to crafting and posting should occur. I know it’s something we all tend to say when the absence has grown, and I also know that if you are reading this, you will probably stick around whether there is a post the next day or not.

I figured it was worth noting that right now I am feeling a little lost, but I am hoping to find my way and myself again soon. Until then keep your chins up and your fingers flying.




From → Musings

  1. Here’s sending good vibes your way 🙂 be sure to “keep your chin up and (get those) fingers flying”

  2. Take extra care and spoil yourself.

  3. It will come back when you need it to. In the meantime relax and enjoy whatever you can, the rest will sort itself out.

  4. Hang in there. This happens to all of us from time to time. My favorite thing to do when this happens is knit dishcloths. The easy ones, all knit and done on the bias. At one point when I was in a real funk, I just kept making more and more until I had a stack of over a dozen on my coffee table. My husband raised his eyebrows a bit but didn’t say a word…and in the end, I came out of it and cast on a sweater.

    Hope things pick up for you soon and you get your mojo back. Either way, we’ll still be here when you’re ready.

  5. shellssells permalink

    I know it’s more than this for you, but I think we need to coin the term “Craft Ennui.”

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